Studies reveal conflicting trends among wages, benefits

Sweeney, Kevin
October 2003
Employee Benefit News;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p11
Presents the results of surveys on wages and employee benefits in the U.S. Percentage of employees who favor high compensation over benefits; Major factor considered by employees in accepting or keeping a job; List of benefits being demanded by employees. INSET: Retention seen tougher in '04.


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